Business owners want to know how to attract the right people, and blogging is the best way to do it.
But is it as easy as publishing a few blog posts every week? Is it as easy as those other people say, “Just write good content, and…”
Absolutely not. Especially not now.
You see, the secret to building a blog with a raving fan base thats ready to buy what you sell has nothing to do with how much content you create.
Instead, has to do with how good you are getting your content into the hands of more people.
That’s why I always tell people that I spend 20% of my time creating content, and 80% of my time promoting it.
Unfortunately, this made people confused. They thought, “you’re just rushing out bad content and promoting that? You NEED GOOD CONTENT!”
Of course you do. When I say 80/20, that doesn’t mean you rush out bad content. It means you spend 1 week on one piece of content, and 4 weeks promoting it.
But here’s the thing…
If you want to promote your content, which I’ll show you more about on Monday next week, you need to promote the right content.
You need to promote content that’s both good…
…and tailor-made to go viral.
Not baby biting fingers viral, but viral within your community.
And that’s why I put together this presentation slide deck. It’s in PDF form. And you can have it as my gift to you.
This PDf presentation was based on a popular video I posted for Social Triggers TV. So we hired a professional slide designer, and turned it into this beautiful presentation that you can download, and reference today and for years to come.
I suggest you grab it right now and you’ll learn the 7 things that make content go viral.
Plus, keep an eye out for an email from me next week. You see, the smartest business owners spend 80% of their time promoting content,a nd 20% of their time creating it. And I’ll show you how to do it.
I’ll also announce the opening of my blog course that’s perfect for business owners who are looking to attract more people online.
So grab the PDF, and I’ll write to you next Monday.
And in the mean time, what was your BIGGEST insight from this PDF? Leave a comment.